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«  good alternative to guitar pro »

Published on 10/23/12 at 04:20
During my last shift PC, I passed under linux (opensuse distro) so not much choice but to find an alternative version with guitar pro.

installation and config fairly simple need to install the additional libraries, but nothing sorcerer (for a beginner Linux user)

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

config:

Chipset NVIDIA GeForce 7025
AMD Athlon II X2 250 - 3 GHz Dual Core
RAM 4GB DDR3-SDRAM PC10600
GeFORCE GT 430 Graphics Card 1GB
Ssd hard drive

no worries operation, lightweight software

OVERALL OPINION

used for 6 months

I had previously guitar pro 6 level graphics tuxguitar is much less pretty and more basic. The midi sounds are as ugly on guitar pro.

but more than enough for basic use (after to edit, create, edit partochs, I do not know)

free software for 100% free ... nothing to say
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